Rhythms of My Heart

TrishM wrote on 2/20/2016, 1:17 PM
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Hello Music People

This is a schmaltzy love song that I suppose could be a song in a movie where a couple rides off into the sunset and lives happily ever after.  The title took me longer to come up with than the song did to write and I'm still not satisfied with it.  So if anyone has an idea for a better title, I am totally open to suggestions.

The melody is a piano/string combo from my old Alesis keyboard and the flutes are magix orchestral woodwinds.

Thanks for listening and for a comment if you want to write one.

Trish

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Former user wrote on 2/20/2016, 2:36 PM

Hi Trishie:

Trying to create a unique title for one's musical creations are always an agonizing experience for me.  It seems that nothing that comes to mind ever conveys or imparts the song's essence.  However, over the years, I've learned not to dwell too long over a composition's title; too frustrating and time-consuming...

This gorgeous song creates its own title (at least in my mind).  The melody seems to undulate under its own accord.  It's simply a beautiful piece.  Damn be the title!

Lastly, your vision of a cinematic conclusion, whereby two lovers fade off into the backdrop of a melting sunset, is quite apropos -- even to a hardened soul like myself. 

Griff

ballabarr wrote on 2/20/2016, 3:18 PM


Hmm  "Rhythms of My" Heart,well that is the problem i have but,
i dont have a problem whit this song i,it's a grate song well composed
25.000 harts to you (better than stars) Take care and pleace send me more 

Gest Reg Bengt aka Ballabarr von Sweden

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Im from sweden 55 year's young play 4 instruments,(Drums is my main instr) guitarr,keybords,and some bassand im learning to play faceorgan (Harmonica) I make my musc self.I love icehockey and soocer,bean to cooking school,bean a sailor for 10 years,but not anymore hade my last ship 1993 and i miss that job  (cargoship) see the world and get pay'd for it,that's nice

(Pleace wright in english if u can no requirement just a wishes)

Roxall wrote on 2/20/2016, 4:12 PM

Yeah its a lovely song. Beautifully played. Maybe you should call it "Into the sunset". IMO that is a perfectly suitable title as it describes the soundscape you have created. Rhythms of the heart indicates a beat of some kind. ;) Just as you said. It is a very schmaltzy musical end to a very very romantic movie. A classic romantic movie. like from the 50's. Not these gross out romantic comedies of today. Old school Mills and Boon romance. Haha. 

Former user wrote on 2/20/2016, 4:54 PM

A fine piece of music , It's  beautiful.

Lg.Beamish

Father_of_Joy wrote on 2/20/2016, 8:00 PM

Trish,
that's a delightful piece of music and wonderfully played.

'Rhythms of my heart' fits very well. 

SpriteBat wrote on 2/21/2016, 12:56 AM

I can't stand how good you are!  This has your usual combination of technical skill and emotion, both abundantly poured into this lovely composition. I was just thinking about you, literally a few hours ago, when I was listening to this song:  The keyboards reminded me of you for those reasons (technical skill and emotion).

That's all for now. Sorry, no title comes to mind. I have trouble with that too.

Former user wrote on 2/21/2016, 4:06 AM

the plan is a tool that if played well always conveys strong feelings to the listener.

in your case I think, every time I hear one of your works, it seems to feel an improvement, not so much in playing the instrument, in which you are certainly a teacher.

but above all for the feelings that can transmit through music.

I enjoyed this track is magnificent

franco

HellRaiser wrote on 2/21/2016, 4:29 AM

schmaltzy? Did you loose your own language? schmaltzy is almost german We say "schmalzig". But it's true - the music is schmaltzy and romantic. Where is my tissue? The magix samples fits together with your gentle piano playing. Better title? I don't know. Schmaltzy tune? *****

Pat_02 wrote on 2/21/2016, 7:07 AM

Très jolie musique Trish,

et c'est amusant car je t'écrivais avant même d'avoir lu ton texte concernant ta musique en te disant qu'elle me faisait penser à une musique de film mélancolique où il y a une histoire d'amour.

Je n'ai pas continué mon commentaire et j'ai traduit ton texte qui me confirme que tu avais imaginé la même chose.

Bravo ! très belle composition.

Je te propose comme titre par ex:

 "Une journée de bonheur"

ou  "Un amour sous le soleil couchant"

ou  "Ce coucher de soleil qui réchauffe nos coeurs"

Je pourait sûrement t'en trouver d'autres lol !

Former user wrote on 2/21/2016, 11:02 AM

Hi Trish,
also with this song you sent me strong emotions, the sound delicate and sweet melody coming deep inside the listener, not always this sound must be matched with sentimental scenes, but this can 'be the sound of those who looks inside himself, or blended with a good memory, or a gesture of peace.
In any case, is the music of your heart.
Applause.

Rino

diegoweb13 wrote on 2/21/2016, 11:23 AM

Brava Trish.
Excellent execution as always.
A very beautiful music.

 

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JuanIsidoro wrote on 2/21/2016, 2:42 PM

hi Trish
certainly an exquisite composition,
who cares about the title? but if you want a help
   I would call "melody of the heart"    :-)

 Juan

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Hola

Me llamo Juan Isidoro. Soy de Sevilla al sur de España.Trabajo en un camion y hago musica por placer.

Espero que os guste.

Juan
My name is juan Isidoro. I’m from Seville in southern Spain.
Working a truck and do music for pleasure.I hope you like.

 

 

Piazzini wrote on 2/21/2016, 3:01 PM

Hoi Trish

Hehe...."schmaltzy love song".....that sounds funny. So if you say that in English?? 

A song is wonderful. Full feeling played by the Queen of the Keys.

A tribute to your KnowHow on piano. Wonderful.

en liebe gruess vom

sandro

stuallan wrote on 2/21/2016, 10:23 PM

Well Trish, this is gorgeous! I wouldn't call it anything else, these are the rhythms of your heart and they are beautiful.

I could listen to this all day, and I will have the chance because it is firmly embeded in my fav's!

As the song was coming to an end, I was thinking OK, hit replay. Then it ended and I found myself not doing anything, just savouring the song as the closing notes echoed in my mind. It was absolutely soothing and left me in quite a tranquil state. Once the euphoria lifted, I of course hit the replay button like a famished shark on a musical feeding frenzy.

Trish, you play some beuatiful music but these rythyms of your heart have certainly struck a chord in mine.

Exceptional to say the least.

Best Regards,

Stu

 

wurzel65 wrote on 2/22/2016, 6:18 AM

Hallo Trish,

wieder ein sehr gelungenes Musikstück von dir.

Was mir auffällt: beim Spielen neigst du zu vielen Arpeggios, wahrscheinlich um den Klang der Harmonien zu intensivieren und dadurch das Gefühl mehr anzusprechen. Das nennst du "Schmalzig". Weniger schmalzig wird es dann, wenn du mal kurze Abschnitte einbaust, in denen die Melodie klar (eventuell über wenigen Akkorden) ertönt ohne viel Getöne drum herum.

Viele Gruüsse  Bernd

Beamish-Spartano wrote on 2/22/2016, 10:21 AM

Wunderschönes gefühlvolle Relaxe  Klaviermusik, klasse! Fave,

Lg, von Joachim.

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Hallo Musikfreunde,  jeder hat mal Probleme mit das Abmischen seine Musik der eine weniger als der Andere, ich Biete euch an für ein Kleine Betrag, das Abmischen eure Musik zu Übernehmen, bei Interesse bitte Hier oder in mein Solo Profil Anmelden, Alles andere werde ich euch bei Interesse Informieren, herzlichen Gruß Spartano!  

Frantzi wrote on 2/22/2016, 3:45 PM

Quite nice piece...Playd in your own way of playing...
Wurzel wrote some interesting things about arpeggios....
My new title for this piece could be: "What now, Mr. Clayderman"...

from me 5* and best wishes
Franz

GBTraveller wrote on 2/23/2016, 3:06 AM

Hi Trish,

very sensitive and skilled stroke keys to.
Beautiful and delicate Melody.
Great work Trish.
That you got real.

Many greetings Freddy

Maboe wrote on 2/23/2016, 1:25 PM

Wow, it´s a really wonderful piece, and your piano play is amazing as usual. Aaaand it isn´t schmaltzy!

While listening I remember walking through the garden of love (Garden of Love = suggestion for a title).

Greets

Mathias

 

Former user wrote on 2/23/2016, 2:25 PM

gänsehaut pure...wunderschön gemacht ...super 5 stars

TetleyAnderton wrote on 2/23/2016, 3:32 PM

Lovely song Trish.  Well done another outstanding piece of music from you.

olivier28 wrote on 2/25/2016, 1:55 AM

Une trés belle piéces

quelle sérénité se dégage de cette musique ,

cette musique apporte le printemps et la douceur du soleil qui revient

justement ce matin, il fait timidement son apparition

5*****

Cordialement

Olivier

 

Nickillus wrote on 2/26/2016, 9:43 AM

How about 'Funkey's Fingers Take Flight'.  Whether you consider it soppy or not it is exqusitely written and performed, Trish.  Had you just watched Love Story or Kramer vs Kramer before you wrote this?  If so, watch more films and let rip with how they make you feel.  Works for me, and then some.  Beautiful.

jjnicholls55 wrote on 2/29/2016, 4:26 AM

superb trish. I love your piano work its simply beautiful and its is from the heart, so the title is perfect. you nailed the woodwinds and flute, they fit just great.

 

cheers

JJ